Sundays are a time for our church family to join in community, worship, and learn more about God and ourselves.
Our prayer is you will find SVCC a place where you and your family can grow and connect. No matter where you are in life, we are passionately committed to providing an environment to build relationships, and to challenge and inspire us in discovering our true potential in God’s kingdom.
What we come to know about God matters. We develop sermon series that connect the gospel to your living. Our goal is to provide a learning environment for both your heart and head. The triune God revealed in Scripture transforms how we live day-to-day.
Sunday is a gospel celebration! We believe worship should contain the same theology as a sermon. We value old and new hymns alike, trying to arrange them for a multigenerational community. No matter your age, we can worship together!
Whether in song or social connection, we want you to experience God's love and truth in every gathering. Our hope is that even if it’s your first time walking through our doors, you’ll experience a feeling of a vibrant community full of God's deep truth and the vastness of His grace.
Children are the future and here at SVCC we are invested in “The Church of the Next Generation.” It is our mission to come alongside families and support parents as they raise their children to know and love Christ. We instill a Biblical worldview in creative, fun and age appropriate ways. Our Sunday programs utilize Orange Curriculum.
Safety and security of our kids at SVCC are of utmost importance. All our volunteers are screened and background checked. We utilize a secure check-in process for your child.
To expedite the check-in process on your first visit, you are encouraged to fill out the New Family Form ahead of time.
Our student leaders are committed to help each student see God for who He is, to see themselves the way God sees them and to love others the way He loves us. By using relevant content, conversations, and relationships, our goal is for each student to know those truths by the time they graduate.